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have been reported, five have died locally one person did go to the emergency room but has been cleared. they were very glad that we called them to check up on them we know that the initial distribution came and they may have distributed it further so we are working with them. it may be making matters more complicated fundus was found in at least one vial of the steroid in the lead to a nationwide recall just how many other clinics may have received the injection in all illinois is still not clear. >> more than 30 chicago aldermen are calling for hearings with possible school closings the calcimine are hearing between 8120 schools they do not have a specific plan. if the board of education is looking for a close then they need to know something about it. it gives us a fiscal response ability that all of us should be looking at. >> karen louis to chicago union teacher president says that school closings will be the next big fight she believes that cbs could lead to a successful plan. no school again today in evergreen park. students remain onteachers remain on strike in district 124. t
runners were taken to local hospitals for less severe medical problems. race officials say overall there were fewer medical problems at the than in years past. but they were prepared with more than 1300 medical volunteers on the course. the marathon director says it they will mail medals to about 1300 runners who finished the course seven hours after it started >> a trip to florida to enjoy the bears game turned deadly. in northwest suburban man was stabbed to death after an argument >> few details coming from police at this point. what we know: the suspect is in custody in jacksonville. the victim is from north suburban, lake villa... and, his family is just trying to understand how this trip went horribly wrong. william christopher pettry --was known as chris. he was 42 years old. married. a father of three. he worked in construction. and, he was a bears superfan...making the trip down to jacksonville, florida with his best friend.. so excited to see the bears play the jaguars. but he never made it to today's game. early this morning...pettry was at a bar - finn mcccool's- at
are getting worse... >> sandy maybe 1,000 mi. away from chicago but local weather watchers are already predicting we will feel some of her a fax. high winds and high waves on lake michigan plus canceled flights at the airport are just the beginning of what we will see locally >> anyone who uses it chicago's lakefront path will want to be extra careful in the days ahead. we will feel the impact of hurricane sandy. feeling it already with extremely high winds... giant waves in lake michigan in the possibility of flooding >> at montrose harbor, today... winds whistled and whipped against the masts of sailboats. im glad i don't have a boat in maryland. lets put it that way. greg johnson and his wife were packing up their 22-foot catalina. hurricane sandy --bringing high winds and waves to the chicago area --could cause problems for boats not yet stored for the winter season. hopefully it won't be too bad....boats kind of scattering serious problems. sandy also causing serious problems at chicago's o'hare airport.. nationwide, airlines have canceled thousands of flights to-and-from the ea
is to shed light on puppy mills and the breeding dogs left behind after puppies are sold. local rescue shelters also joined in, promoting adoption of dogs, over buying them from pet stores. supporters marched down michigan avenue. they want to see chicago ban the sale of dogs in retail stores. >>mitt romney and president obama prepare for their first debate. >>plus convicted d-c sniper lee boyd malvo opens up about the murders he helped commit a decade ago as a teenager. and a man who worked as an aide to an illinois congressman was accused of assaulting lindsay lohan over the weekend. [ male announcer ] this is sheldon, whose long day setting up the news starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. >>three americans serving with nato forces in eastern afghanistan were killed today in a suicide bombing attack. in all 14 people were killed and 37-others were injured. witnesses tell reuters the bomber was wearing a police uni
on puppy mills and the breeding dogs that are left behind after puppies are sold. local rescue shelters also joined in the march, promoting adoption of dogs, over buying them from pet stores. supporters marched down michigan avenue. they want to see chicago ban the sale of dogs in retail stores. chicago fire fighters remember their own today... >> firefighters and their families attended the 13th annual memorial service. the service was in memory of active and retired firefighters and paramedics who died in the line of duty or passed away in the last 12 months >> the first presidential debate takes place this wednesday night. both candidates have been off the campaign trail this weekend, doing their homework as they get ready for the big night in denver. cristina mutchler has more. the clock is ticking down to wednesday's presidential debate with president obama and mitt romney getting ready to go head-to-head for the first time and their supporters weighing in on who is best prepared. i think both are excellent in their own way. i think you could argue that mitt has had a lot more
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face when they have a smile on their face. she also works with a local program to employ actors for the haunted house most of them are from low- income families and our otherwise unemployed. if you are looking for something a little bit different this halloween marcus leshock offers up a cemetery tour. it is starting to cool off a bit but there is a big change by sunday. ha youyou are missing on a year round link to chicago history chicagos notable public figures. >> as you can tell these are textures that are rather unique this is the marketing manager for the memorial who operates 19 memorials in chicago land including rose hill on chicago's northwest side it was actually created in 1859 it was designed to release the overflow of the lincoln cemetery which was downtown as the city expanded. it is full of breathtaking markers the reason you see it is it's designed to protect you from the elements, the wind and rain and everything that may destroy the integrity of the sulfur. it's like taking a stroll through time some gravesides day all the way back to the civil war. union sol
was treated and released at a local hospital. union reps in school district officials worked late last night trying to hammer out a new labor contract both sides say there are labor contracts but they're still far apart on pay. the president of the chicago labor federation i should say jerry sandusky learned his fate, the former penn state coach is a still denying the accusations despite a harsh statement. sentence. temperatures take a double digit depp. [♪...] >> i've been training all year for the big race in chicago, but i can only afford one trip. and i just found out my best friend is getting married in l.a. there's no way i'm missing that. then i heard about hotwire and i realized i could actually afford both trips. see, when really nice hotels have unsold rooms, they use hotwire to fill them. so i got my four-star hotels for half-price! >> men: ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ ♪ hotwire.com ♪ >> announcer: save big on car rentals too, from $12.95 a day. fifth fastjerry sandusky convicted to life in prison today. >> he arrived at the courthouse clutching a folder in smiling briefly and he
the best way to show you is take a look at our truck we haven't been here all that long a lot of localized flood warnings in effect till tomorrow and also a warning about getting too close to mother nature in northwest india and that it is one very dark and stormy night extremely high gas off the lake bringing down trees and power lines further inland and no serious or long-term outages but certainly a serious warning from local officials putting in long hours to keep residents out of harm's way. we have had a 80-20 ft. waves and there are a lot of people better curious about going down to the lakefront we have had a police patrol down there throughout the day. all day all along the lake the extreme weather has been drawing onlookers close but not too close to the water and up close view of nature's power in action. parents and grandparents bought children to the lake shore before police shot it down. >> it's beautiful to look at. >> the wind and the waves at remain pretty ferocious tonight local officials say they will likely reopen the lakefront thursday, folks still coming by to take
of empty beer bottles turned into molotov cocktails with a hand drawn map of 48 local churches with plans to attack more. not long after it happened but not before some very tense moments are round this neighborhood, especially for the jewelry store employees one of them burst out looking for help. an employee asked her husband to lock up after workers at the jewelry company are tied up and terrorized in an afternoon robbery at gunpoint. police poured into the neighborhood, some with guns drawn to employees, a man and woman restrained inside by assailants who stuck around witnesses say and fled as police began to flock in. evidence technicians are going so far as to search trash cans near the jewelry store. investigators say the best part of this is all shops were not fired those employees were obviously shaken up. allegations of character assassinations governor paquin pushing against the mayor over what he claims is an attack on one of his appointees. the girl found tied up in a school bathroom prompted a massive police response but now a word that it was all a hoax. jim ramsey says we
local boys go leaders apologizing tonight after the national organization is forced to reveal a pedophile problem that has been going on for decades and there is a chicago connection. it is our top story seen or around the country tonight on wgn america the story of the chicago boys scouts who are likely in those files tens of thousands highlighting potential pedophile's released today by the boy scouts of america the so-called perversion files is part of a sexual abuse lawsuit that captures the nation's attention today. we're talking about thousands of unidentified man that should be registered sex offenders that are roaming free. >> the files of scout leaders in volunteers and dismissed by the organization for sexual abuse or misconduct. >> raped a gunpoint, a 12th maybe 13 year-old chicago boy by the acts of his scoutmaster with convicted acts of manslaughter on his records. they said theyeither they did not know about his record or they simply kept it to themselves. alan baron has been a lawyer in chicago for 32 years in 1983 he was practically a kid himself this man was
in massachusetts made and distributed the medicine. it faces local and federal investigations, and a string of lawsuits over the contamination. twin has political career and did he was an advocate for anti hunger. >>just ahead: why america's shortage of doctors is expected to increase. and, still to come this midday why the makers of a popular sunscreen are recalling their product. ú= live from any york stock exchange. no matter who wins your tax bill is going up. a temporary reduction in social security taxes expires. need their presidential candidate has any proposed extension. 163 million americans will feel it in their paychecks. that involves a half million bottles. there were reports that some people caught on fire after buying the product and coming into contact with flames. imagine having to wait six months to see your doctor for yearly checkup. as a shortage of doctors spread from rural areas to cities such as loss vegas and a truck. detroit. there is a shortage of doctors. the shortfall is going to get worse as the population ages. millions of dish network customers now have th
to stop the spread of spds and a local community center that is housing and helping chicago students. a british study answers the question following a more than 1000 girls that received the hpd vaccine. v vaccine, the study concluded that the vaccine does not alter sexual behavior. mothers that a lots of fish could reduce symptoms of attention deficit disorder however the right fish is important but the mercury in fish is something to be cautious of cancersince high mercury levels could cause complications. i am now remembering to grab my coat before i walk out the door because it is starting to get cold. beautiful colors more great pictures. >> it is a beautiful day i heard a lotus into mark asking about when the warm weather is coming. tomorrow we turned warm and cool friday. what a spectacular day look how shark that horizon is. we are 10.2 degrees below one year ago. you can see gale warnings up in the lake in anticipation of the wind to increase. and the sun sets at 616 tomorrow night down 4 hours now from june 21st. the days are short. that warm air will be in here during t
the federal government of failing predominately minority victims of hurricane katrina. local communities were required to come up with matching funds for federal dollars. a policy that was waived for victims of 9-11 in new york and hurricane andrew in florida. >>where is your dollar? makes no sense. tells me that the people down in new orleans they do not care about as much. the speech was covered by the major networks in 2007. obama's remarks are not new but conservatives say his words were racially charged. they accuse the president of turning on and off the race issue to fit the occasion. obama's campaign says releasing the video is a transparent attempt by romney's allies to change the subject from romney's recent comments about the 47 percent. >> former president clinton is out campaigning for mr. obama. he said obama and harris said a bad economy and is making strides to get america back on track. >> and manufacturing jobs are growing for the first time since the 1990's when i came up here. we have a quarter of a million people more working in the automobile industry working alone be
for at leastbathed them for atleast 6 months. the local humane society police the animals were dumped to avoid. a major milestone has been reached as a new report shows one out of every seven people on the planet is active on facebook. mark zuckerberg announced thursday that his social media site has more than one billion active users. it took facebook six years to reach 500 million users and barely two more years to double it. facebook's total membership grew 30 percent over the past year. but in hot regions like brazil membership doubled. there are 166 million users in the u-s. next a home appliance company apologizes for an anti-obama tweet made during last night's debate. also ahead the airplane seat saga may actually be over for american airlines after inspections began monday. and later in lunchbreak we're making pistachio crusted shrimp with braised brussels sprouts. [ "i'm only human" plays ] humans -- sometimes life trips us up. and sometimes, we trip ourselves up but that's okay. at liberty mutual insurance we can "untrip" you as you go through your life with personalize
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of 48 local churches. weiler's relatives in illinois say there is a history of mental illness in the family. both his parents committed suicide and his sister remains hospitalized for mental illness. the search is on for more clues in the drowning death of a northwestern university student. evanston police canvassed the area -- knocking on doors -- between two-thousand ridge avenue and wilmette harbor. they believe harsha maddula walked from a party on ridge to the harbor after leaving the gathering on septmeber 22nd. it's a distance of about two miles. several days later, his body was discovered in the harbor. but neighbors say it will be tough to remember anything out of the ordinary that night. >> music was loud... people coming in and out... >> police say a friend called him around 1230 that night and he said he was in his room... the tower information shows a already at the harbor... his family insists he would not have committed suicide >> the two men who died in a small plane crash in gary this past week are now identified. the lake county coroner's office says they
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is now available to supplement state and local recovery efforts from hurricane sandy. assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of sandy. >> nearly 200 firefighters battled a massive six alarm fire that destroyed at least 80 homes in queens. the fire swept through the flooded neighborhood of breezy point right on the coast. strong winds fanned the flames causing them to jump from building to building. firefighters used small boats and waded through waist deep water to get to the fire. three minor injuries have been reported. >> all mass transit in the area remains shut down as well as the three major airports although jfk is expected to reopen today. rescuers brought hundreds of people to safety including some trapped on the roofs of their homes. >> what i expect to see is a devastated jersey shore. we have 2.4 million households without power. >> gov. christie says state officials are working on a contingency plan for n
to find a cure it local patient and list the community to help pick a disease. when i get and the water there are no symptoms whatsoever. it's her place of refuge a competitive swimmer in college she comes here to wash away the physical reminder of her disease. something was very apparent to me in february of 2005 my pinky was shaking and whenever i would sit down my leg would start shaking and i didn't think anything of it but in time her symptoms got worse. in early 2006 she made an appointment with a movement specialist. within five minutes of seeing this doctor she said right away you've got parkinson's disease. i said no way could that be made, no way and at that point i just turned 39 and my boys just turned 3 it took me awhile to swallow the word parkinsons. she was among the 10 percent of patients diagnosed before age 50 it's called early onset parkinson's for years she struggled to except the news even keeping it from her kids. when my daughter was in fourth grade teachers told me that i had to tell her what was going on one side thought know this isn't going to kill me it's ju
the barley and hops, all of those things which are left over are donated to local grain company which uses them to make compost. we come from a green family hour mom is very green this soap used to wash the glass is biodegradable and in the bathroom faucets are on timers and there are hand dryers instead of paper. it's definitely a plus i cannot say that i wouldn't come here if it did but i definitely like the idea an idea that is spreading to more and more restaurants across the city. the deadlines could be changing for buying chicago city vehicles stickers, the city clerk wants to stagger deadlines throughout the year right now clark says staggered deadlines will be easier financially for families with more than one car she says it will also cut down on long lines and overtime for employees. we have some pretty good rain coming across the area right now this will lead up by morning and redevelop in the form of scattered showers as we spend the next three days influenced by this man its autumn storm system you can see. the heaviest rains right over us now this part of a line of storms to
country finally over for a local pastor he's announcing about its coast- to-coast track. crime scene tape surrounding the home of retired doctor and his wife in kankakee after stabbing him to death left her severely injured. our top story seen around the country tonight the stabbing and kankakee. we have the latest. this couple has a rich history here dr. james golden stain was a well-known ob-gyn in fact he delivered the first baby ever hear but he was stabbed to death his wife betty survived the attack she's being treated here at riverside and is currently listed in serious but stable condition. he spent his career delivering babies in kankakee just before 6:00 this morning police were called to the doctor's home on the 1400 block of west would when they arrived they found him stabbed to death his wife in the 81 year-old betty golden steen had also suffered stab wounds but she survived and was rushed to hospital on the scene police found the suspect 35 year-old philip harrel who apparently had slid his own throat into was taken to hospital. police couldn't see for sure if th
ipad. your local apple store might let you exchange and ipad 34 the next one. the policy is on a store by store basis. call first and ask to speak to a manager. they're facing lower pay than their male co-workers. the american association of women says a year after receiving their diplomas they earned 82¢ for every dollar that men areearn. taking a look at the markets after yesterday's big drop coming up next: cleaning up the mess the latest after a man in aurora has been cited for improperly caring for hundreds of birds in his home. we're live on the scene. plus the new information about the investigation into the pharmacy connected to the deadly meningitis outbreak. [ "the odd couple" theme playing ] humans. even when we cross our "t"s and dot our "i"s we still run into problems -- mainly other humans. at liberty mutual insurance, we understand. that's why our auto policies come with accident forgiveness if you qualify where your rates won't go up due to your first accident and new car replacement, where if you total your new car we give you the money for a new one. call...
of former police officer anthony abbate says he never tried to intimidate the woman abbate beat up at local bar. karolina obrycka is suing the chicago police department, claiming it has a "code of silence" to protect officers accused of wrongdoing. but the beating was captured on surveillance video, so abbate couldn't deny it. his friend gary ortiz testified yesterday, he never threatened or bribed obrycka to try to make her drop her charges. with a court order in hand officials from the city of aurora entered a townhome this morning, to remove more than 300 birds that had been living there. the greater chicago caged bird club will take all the birds and find homes for them. david skeberdis, a self- described bird hoarder and the owner of the townhouse says he wants what's best for the birds. last week officials inspected his home and found it cluttered with bird feed, feces, and garbage. they also found dangerously high levels of mold and several dead birds. we want to bring closure to this incident as safely as possible. skeberdis said he is living at an extended-stay hotel and looks f
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are operational and businesses with a liquor license with proceeds being split among local and state government. here five machines are up and running. because players anywhere from 1¢ to $2 >> it is really good for the communities involved. i think a lot of leaders really do see the value. >> you're not going to see these video games ever wear. it is still banned in several areas. drew peterson's new attorneys are calling for a new trial. the new attorneys are john paul carroll and michelle gonzalez. they met with peterson soon after his conviction last month for the murder of his third wife, kathleen savio. they believe he deserves a new trial because he did not receive adequate representation from joel brodsky. we reached out to brodsky today. he refused a request for an interview, but he told the tribune the new attorneys were not authorized to file any motions. peterson is scheduled to be sentenced for murder on november 26th. republican congressman joe walsh and democrat tammy duckworth face-off in their race in the eighth district. they debated everything from social security and ta
to 16 years in prison for raping a 13-year-old scout at gun point in his apartment. local scout officials say they've made changes to ensure safety. >> background checks, education and training for both results. kids and adults. we report every instance to the proper authorities. national scout leaders say there were cases where the organization failed to protect boys. they apologize for those incidents. >>congressman jesse jackson's office has yet to confirm whether he will return to the mayo clinic for treatment. the sun-times quotes a jackson associate, saying the congressman's doctor has recommended the change of venue. jackson is currently visiting his doctor twice a day, as he gets treatment for a bipolar disorder. the paper quoted an "associate: who said jackson's doctors believe he would get ore privacy at the clinic. >>president obama and republican challenger mitt romney went from trading attacks to trading one- liners. the candidates took a break from campaigning last night to show off their comedic skills at the alfred e. smith memorial charity dinner. obama and
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lawyers accountants and a local t-v personality. the names of men who allegedly paid for sex with a dance instructor are now public. zumba instructor alexis wright and her business partner are accused of running a prostitution ring in maine. evidence includes a list of one- hundred-50 alleged customers and sex tapes. prosecutors have only released 21-names so far. they say some of the men may be victims themselves because they were secretly videotaped. wright and her business partner have pleaded not guilty. >>today is the 25th anniversary of the day, baby jessica mclure was rescued from a well. on october 14th, baby jessica fell 22 feet into a well in midland, texas. it took rescue workers 58 hours to free baby jessica, from the eight-inch wide well cassing.. baby jessica is now known as jessica mclure morales. she's married now with two children of her own. she still lives in midland texas. just a few miles away from the site of the 19-87 rescue. last year, she received an 800- thousand dollar trust-fund when she turned 25. just ahead the nation-wide meningitis outbreak is linked to two
and multiple local police departments began to put together a case here. i would like to thank all the departments for their help with this. as a result of all the hard work that we have done of the last 2 days down like clark has been charged with first- degree murder in concealment of a homicide. i regret to tell you we have yet to find her. police chief do more says that all agencies hoping in the investigation will continue to search for her remains. >> no bond for a man accused of employee during a robbery last february. >> forty-one-year-old anthony white is charged with first degree murder and armed robbery. authorities say 54-year-old lynetta ward was working at a "subway" shop in the ukranian village neighborhood when white fatally shot her as he robbed the restaurant. police say a person being questioned on an unrelated case.. recognized white from surveillance video. >> still to come, the family of a murdered chicago teen thinks he may have been targeted because of his sexual nation's recent meningitis outbreak climbs yet again. >> and there is extreme weather [ horn h
again these streets would be packed. visitors bystanders, people who live here locally. the big story now our mayors sayingnow is water is rising faster than expected. down by battery park is where waters rise fast. that is what affects the tunnel. we just understand that tunnels leading to the brooklyn battery tunnel and the holland tunnel are being shot downshut down and just about an hour. the real threat is the subways. the subway system could be damaged long term if that salt water gets into the system. that is a very real possibility. you see some of these umbrellas. some people just getting out for what might be the last time before sandy makes her way in here. we are expecting a 6-12 ft. storm surge. we're not really sure how bad it is going to get. we will continue to monitor the situation. >> we will have more on the storm later. >> and new information about the nanny accused of murdering two children in her care in new york. we saw that last tide commercial with the parents and the cute little baby triplets... well wait until your triplets move back home after colleg
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